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  2. Ratmosphere

    Hello from an undisclosed location!

    Welcome!
  3. Stag Beetles

    C gloriosa emerged

    I might try larvae, but I will be gone during the summer though.
  4. Bugboy3092

    Velvet ant

    I think that dasymutilla will also parasitize bombus spp.
  5. Last week
  6. Goliathus

    Velvet ant

    No - velvet ants are specialized parasites of solitary Hymenoptera. Most of the larger US species (such as Dasymutilla spp.) are parasitic on cicada killer wasps (Sphecius spp).
  7. Beetlesforlife3

    Velvet ant

    Could you breed velvet ants with wax moth pupa
  8. AlexW

    Hello from an undisclosed location!

    Welcome! I have gotten a few silly login issues before too
  9. PowerHobo

    Hello from an undisclosed location!

    Ha! Well, welcome to the forum!
  10. This is weird, what is this???

  11. Hi all! I didn't even know I had a preexisting account here! ??? Found out when I tried to register, I got really confused until I thought of logging in haha. Anyway, came here to learn more about... Beetles! (obviously). Look forward to gaining more knowledge in this hobby.
  12. AlexW

    C gloriosa emerged

    On his rusty website (Elytra and Antenna) he says that Beyer's scarab "usually becomes an adult in less than 1 year from ova being laid", suggesting that the book instructions worked well for rearing beyeri. http://www.angelfire.com/oh3/elytraandantenna/USIUSInsec
  13. Pewrune

    Thoughts on new layout?

    Love it. And I noticed you can attach pictures in PM now. Or maybe i just never found the right way in the previous version.
  14. Bugboy3092

    Revenge shall be ours

    Yup, hehe, welcome to my world.
  15. Garin

    C gloriosa emerged

    Yes, the colors are amazing. Do you need larvae or adults? I should have more adults soon as they emerge but I'm not sure how to sex them. Life still overwhelming in the Amazon?
  16. Garin

    C gloriosa emerged

    Yes, I do. Unfortunately no detailed information on dealing with the difficulties of C beyeri.
  17. Stag Beetles

    Good names for a asian scorp

    Walentyna or Amazonica if female Arbor or Amazon if male,
  18. Stag Beetles

    Revenge shall be ours

    ....
  19. Stag Beetles

    Revenge shall be ours

    You sound like an insect protester...lol
  20. Stag Beetles

    C gloriosa emerged

    I Love This Species!!!! Do you have any for sale??
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  22. PowerHobo

    Hello from so cal

    Welcome to the forum!
  23. AlexW

    Hello from so cal

    Welcome! CA is a biodiversity hotspot for darkling beetles. I have seen some very interesting species in the forests and semideserts.
  24. AlexW

    C gloriosa emerged

    Pretty sure Orin did. Do you have his Ultimate Guide?
  25. Garin

    C gloriosa emerged

    Hi Shade, great to hear from you as always. I'll be sure to add the fresh Juniper especially the tender, new growth. Fortunately I have a few big Junipers in my yard. It does seem like Chrysina is a bit more challenging than the other US species that are commonly raised. I have heard from a couple of breeders that C beyeri is a big challenge to get to pupate. Anybody get C beyeri to successfully pupate? I have asked this question before and I received no responses so I assume the answer is no. I am going to get the 3 different Chrysinas this summer from Arizona so I'm going to give it a try. Do you have any suggestions on what I might try? Thanks, Garin
  26. DirtbagDeluxe

    Hello from so cal

    Hi all... My name is nick. 30 year old in so cal. My wife and I have had reptiles for most of our time together and currently are setting up a room specifically for our growing collection. I have decided after years of interest to dip my toes in the beetle world. Looking to pick up a few different species. I really really want a Hercules..haha but join the club. I cant wait to get my hands on a few of these beauties.
  27. Garin

    C gloriosa emerged

    Don't worry, now that your heat problem is solved. You will have many beautiful beetles in the future.
  28. PowerHobo

    C gloriosa emerged

    Gorgeous! I’m extremely jealous!
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